The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Daytona, Florida: Saturday, April 11 1908. Belt A4nrtlalill Mellvn IB Dat... and _Vlelalt__,. Price 5 CentsDon't

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REV. RUTTER ON word-building I ; this may be do either ***********************************ii>*ftftftOO *.ft*.*

Fail.to See the .i I I by abort sentences or long words. Insist PLACES VOLUSIAIN Fronting on the Electric Lights aid :

on explicitness. If a child sees a Halifax River; Modern Improvements

CHILD CULTURE. bird or flower insist that he be able, to FRONT RANK. j
Moving Pictures ; RKR tell ycu what kind it is. Consult the .

dictionary often. Fill the mind withpoems R1tR *

I. Able Lecture Delivered at Mothers' proverbs and fine from SCHMIDT'S HOTEL !
Under the management of W G. $OBBS. : passages County Board Raises the Teachers' K*
.a. .. .Peck Block Meeting at Kindergarten Rooms Salaries and Puts in the Formerly Schmidt's Villa.
foot 9* South Bridge. : I "To lead children to appreciate and County is

; Pictures changed Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Wednesday of Last Week. de'loptill power' they must be taught/ Front Rank Educationally. HENRY SCHMIDT & SON Proprietors.

1' See live Alligator in window; : Hev. D. H. Rutter, popular pastor of very early that the weight of a man ishis The County Board of School I Commissioners ** DAYTONA, FLORIDA.

i the First Methodist Church of this will. Weak H ills in this world must xt
Admission 1 10 cents.INI : city, at their meeting held in DeLand
made serve the wills.
' the following brilliant stronger Strengthenweak
-. ...I.I.I.I...I...NI.II..../N.......i.. IJS .. instructive address on Child Culture and at wills by showing examples of change Monday in evening teachers': made salaries a throughoutthe sweeping ttk Fine Home Table Delightful .

of;: the Bay street strong wills in historical men and wo-
kindergarten rooms before county. The board feel that to get Reasonable Rates Bunny Rooms

;&; .. ................ ........ .................._.... Mrs.very B. A.appreciative audience. means ueu. of Begin disciplining by using tie little wills things, such as as first class teachers for our public schoolsa ;...............................,',.," '. .
Haynes teacher
of the
fair rate of remuneration must be
JJHf. kindergarten and her mother Mrs. 'getting up at a certain hour in the paid and to that end have raised the -- -- --

CHAS. E. GARDINER CO. i Abbott, were hostesses of the afternoon. morning, completing distastful tasks. salary of nearly every teacher in the
i etc. '
The lecturer said: "When I attemptto by a firm I will. j count '. City Hotel.
4% | address a mothers' meeting I always "Whatare the principal dangers to' The two principal schoolDaytona)

feel the grave responsibility for I know which our children are exposed these and 1 DP Land, and
are placed together,
I- }l I am before those in whose keeping is fays? How may we protect them tilt> principal's alary raised) from $125 OPEN All THE YEAR
Goods.l 3 .w.
against them .
I Dry ii :. committed the destiny of the generation to $1JO per month. The first assistant
principal dangers lire unbelief,
succeeding. It is to the welfare of that in mach: school gets a generous increaseand '
generation we wish to .turn our attention frivolity and sensuality, low literature' all other teachers get raises of from r''' .. ELECTRIC LIGHTS.
: today. foul pictures, corrupt conversation. ELECTRIC BELLS.
$3.00 to $10.00 a month
t Phorfe 102 There is too little parental authority in Hot and Cold Baths.
Anthony Block, : "Luther Burbanks once saW: There Is Seabreeze and New Smynia are placed i
>e this age. We ran protect our youth Table First-CUii
jjPAYTONA' not a desirable
single attribute
in another class ahd salaries raised for
11l .lacking in a plant, may not hie bred into from these e\ils by beginning to govern principal fix.ni $100 to $110, with all I:

FLORIDA. it. Choose what improvement you wish our children earlier. Our homes must grades; raided. New Srny rna will be madea
IJa made and attractive that
in so congenial
flower -
a a fruit or a tree, and by junior high school at the commences j'

............................................ crossing, selection, cultivation and per- the children will not he contented any s I mrnt of the fall)) term and another teacher PROPRIETOR.
;",' sistence you can fix this desirable trait ; so they will be able to say added. aNN
'there is no place like home.: From I

I ./u / / / /.1 1/ 1..!1 1 11 / 1 ;... irrevocably.want in child Pick out any trait you twelve to eighteen the imagination runs I I The other schools in the county are N4+.............4..........W
your granted he is a nor- practically all granted increased salaries,

r t. i mal child, be it honesty,fairness, purity, rampant, ambition levity of character, and in HIP future should have no trouble HENDERSONVILLE

fl. Cost for Cash. loveableness, industry, thrift, what not. freedom from restraint are strong tempI in securing the very best of teachers, j HOTEL GATES North carom
By surrounding the child with sunshine tations. It is the period of passion, of I thus raising the standard of the schools. ,
physical crisis. of new perils, and the !
I : from the sky of your own heart, by .' Volusia County now pays approximately Blue Ridge Mountains, Altitude 2500 feet.
most difficult of all is self-denial.
500 giving the closest communion with na- as higb salaries as any county i
Over Cases of Fancy Groceries i This is time of need for wise !
experienced -
' ture, by feeding him well-balanced, nu- in the State and it is expected that the: Through sleepers from Jacksonville, Fla., daily.
tritious food, by giving him all that is discriminating friends. The most I increase of salaries will increase -
. and Table Delicacies. : needed largely Pure mountain air and Trout and bass fi8biD .
;y implied in healthful environmental influences things in that period fs the, development the efficiency of our school i spring water. \
is 1. of true selfrespect."We Riding and driving. Health and comfort combined. An tot
Y 5 and by doing all in love, :you up
Not selling out or quitting business, only to reduce the need of teacher
certainly see
* my can cultivate in this child and fix there date hotel at moderate cost. Address for rates, reservations, etc., J ,
' I can enlarge my store and make it a two-story build- : for all his life all of these traits. and parent entering into their youthful AN AtUSEiENT'ENTERPRISE\ \

i'* | ; This will enable me to make a better display and to han- : "Somebody said that the undeveloped views of matters, trying not to treat j WAI. HEWgTT, Manager Hotel Gates,

l-Ug. stock to child is a two-legged animal with the their ideals with disdain, but of holding
my a greater advantage and so better serve : !
rS high the best ideals for them. It is a HEXDERSOXYILLE N. C.
'.1 wi trade., These goods will be in my way and I have no : propelling power of a steam engine and mistake td be too critical of ,
, the .
resistance of a mule. He is the ft r. r.
.';.. i room.. in which to store them while enlarging; my store, so I will : oldest and newest discovery of perpetual young life and its follies. ))In.t see too ..N..............NNorman......................... .

:;I f sell them at cost for cash. They are strictly first-das and motion; he hears everything from the much, but make: home the brightest and Is I Planned Which, if Carried Out Will ---

i fresh goods. .Call and see what I have to offer. :_ I steeple to the saloon the pure and happiest place in the world and we will Be of Untold Benefit to I
the have no cause to regret the effort we
" impure true and false, manly and .
Daytona.One .
if' W. CARROLL : unmanly; he has --
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1f' : airhole of vice, that look over the bar, : of the greatest needs of )Daytonais
In Hymen's (olds.M. for some; means of amusing the thousands -
the gambling table the cigar and cigarette S.

;Sl The North Beach Grocer. % counter. He is brave as a Spartan, r. I). Church and Mrs. X.i.: Moore of winter residents and tourists Daytonv I

st. true A3 steel, loyalcraves; sympathy and surpri-od their friends last Saturday a V- who come here every season. The winter

* ... companionship is full of energy and ening J by quietly| taking unU'Jlflf m- visitors as a rule are of a class that

f<:ai 'Teephone] No. 19. : life-fun and frolic, mischief and durrdevikshness selves the vows of matrimon r Ucv. are used) to being entertained and paying -

.:) NI.1.I.I.I.1.I...II.I.II....................- arc his, and together with Howard B. Giblions Malformed( the ceremony. well for it. The crowd that have LUMBER.Yard \ .
, attended both moving picture shows 4f
TrI this, he has a capacity for everythingthat
his I Mr. and Mrs. Church are now receiving here the past season have proven that

I h. VMHa t." ;.,; A Matter of Essential- Importance "Now comes real teaching way. is the impartation the hearty congratulations of their the people are amusement hungry and Magnolia Avenue and F. E. C. Railway. Also -

friends. At domiciledat must have something to *'gi> to' in the Plans, Estimates and Superintendence. Real Estate office
: / 7 ; householder of truth, but how are we to teach children l- pr to sanitation and sanitary
-.i ; I every to honor and acquire truth and despise The Morgan. way of entertainment. The automo- Istdoor'southof. P. O. W. II. EDMONDSON, Manager,
should) receive the
,I equipment greatest falsehood and error' Both the contracting parties are well biles of millionaires live lined up in Daytona, Florida.Phones at office, yard and residence -
c possible attention and when new plumbing -
; front of these cent shows
known in Daytona, the bride having ten alongside
'+, is to be installed only a plumber of the "First, all teachers l he they father of dilapidated of errand
been .'ending the winter season here bicycles boys,
k i highest repute and one who keeps up with mother, or public teacher, shall exalt
and numbers
for several years, during time she large: of |people here would
truth in habit and character. The lie
the latest"improvem'nts, should be employ
has sustained: an cviablc reputation as willingly pay! fifty cents for an evenings -
;! ed. If you have this subject under consideration ought to be made a black as j>ossible. as vocal soloist. The groom for several : diversion as they have paid the
% the Show children that liars are despised of
consultation with
a undersigned yean has filled the position j i ol ten cents admission to the moving pic .+++..+....+............+...+++...+.+.+*.+.++..+
will be of the greatest valuesDAYTONA all men. The habit of exaggeration in .
pharmacist at Jlankin:4' drug store.A
s. the of children is not only detrimental .1
city has no public park, no place
to their ethical culture, but accuracy !
pretty but quiet wedding took where launches and rowboats ran bt CONRAD GROCERY CO.
of ill l Ixj ] i
speech>> w never acquire
: place .l 8tugl1stillr Saturday noon hired, no merry-go-round or cliutc-lhc-
: PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. by them if statements arc constantly I
of last week, the contracting parties chutes for the children, and no suitable
overdrawn. There is like the
'i Phone 64 nothing ttc-ing Miss }),.IIL Hitch, of this city, and public dock where the larger boats can .
.. k : power of definiteness, then young and I Mark D. Van })c uscn, of Stockbridge, tie up that are constantly cruising bark : j
--- old know what they are talking about. 1 and forth the Halifax River. Full and
Mass. The ceremony was performed upon i Carry a Complete

..... .................MfffMftAsk ber Avoid the ambiguity.of Constantly in remem-: by Judge Cooper of St. Augustine. Mr. The Gazette-News: is reliably informed i

power imagination your Van Dcusen left Sunday for home at that some northern gentlemen are interested -
rhild. To him all that is not true i is i Line of Plain and Fancy
the Bread
for i ii
Stockbridge but Mrs. Van J IV-uscn will in the project of combining all

false. will remain here until her mother recovers these feature, i if certain concessionscan

"How may a home be enriched by a from her illness. be secured from the city. One I
with the stamP ofgakery child's l'se variety -- -- i'
,. vocabulary as great feature or the proposed plan is to havea ; GROCERIESCLOVER
of.words as you can in your ordinary *For $11e--\s I am now traveling mill first-class theatre also.

home conversation. Every day read wi.-h to locate nearer the center of lilY I Such an enterprise would be of inestimable : i

r, J11111 'xYr : blowly and distinctly grime interesting territory, offer at a low figure all or j value to Daytona, as many ..
Daytona : passage or story; it should not be long, any part of my property J | comprising 2 i people who have during the post few : ----0 Z

but certain words should be made veryemphatic. dwellings, 1 store, 1 corner lot on Bay I seasons remained here but a few days

.;i : EncouAje children to report and llcadll'trct"ts, suitable for business, 'I sciison would have hen spent if there practicalv 118.1') been the entire some HILL BUTTER. i

H. E. QUIGG : what they have read or retell stories I hotel or opera house and a nine acre means of diversion. .
they have heard. One of the best methods I 1 farm; see any real estate! man or J. 1.I K.I :. \Ve hope to give more detail) of the

ai kY't'} : to enrich the vocabulary is by I Hush! owner. tf j proposed plan, in our next issue. I i !

- The Conrad Grocery Company
Proprietor. --- -- -
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N N NNNN : 1T.: Conrad ,1 Co'o. old stand. i

i ... t.... -- I The Oldest House Znthe United States. i j :............................................ ...

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jCkbinet A celebrated French author referring .. 4 n. c.utmsoN: tttti

;, '.: MaKer. Wood WorKer. J marked to that"t| '. : r f A close examination of electric:

e. .. kct v'f ., + al! work finished and charged for i
r ri' t order. have forgotten him and p pL..Ihim +
Screens made to }
i gre'1'tames; Door and Window : from this shop shows hoT equal
:. ii i as-r +fie I by. In like manner it may f r
.j< : Iy and honorably we transact our
,' t Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. It be said that the furies of fire, 1f c
; I : business Electrical repairs' receive
Y"y". y,...... .L MMM;...*.##*************************** frost and blistering sun seem tohave t special attention. Those i
I old house that -c
: forgotten
: who) employ( us never worry about

7 .. !* ............................................... I stands in St. Augustine. It !I.+. the -' : } our charges, and they know before :
i oldesthouomtl.e United States-! i
-$ t _.:D. TAYLOR. Electrical Contractor : built 375 years ago in 1333yet, engaging: us that eur. workmanship :
will be the best.J
.. roof and new siding it i
,4; t :of : with a new I

;|?.-Did: r in Electrical House Supplies Wiring of All n Specialty.Kinds. Fixtures, Shades .: stands bit of the there into sixteenth today the twentieth like century a sturdy carried Thehou.M -I______ M.! : 7 <9-'c -J Daytona Electric Co. :.

1":\ >tjp8. No. S Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. :. ? was built by French Huguenot ___ :. / i Trr 232: South Beach Street. ..

.:..pj..- -' ............................................. I emigrants who came into anew ...+.*.............+.+.............................,.

:;.,. I world to seek the religiouspeace t *
;j:: : --.. that they could not find at
a'c'--: -. 4+N................. ...........,.....-+: I )home. While they were rearing ., a 5. r ...............................................NN....
-- WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING j its walls of sea-shellt and mortor. Fr : TWO BARGAINS i

Michael Angelo was building the
: iron Tin Hoof a Hot Air Furna.r.i of St. Peter's in .
::ago Qalvanjzed Tank famous
a new
Atlantic, j tine Six Room llou-t with double porch, Electric Lights, Telephone' j
j .1.Q( the i other metal necessities required to complete a modern : Home.forefathers Back across of Washington 1 i. Etc, corner lot, !93 fett on Hid ewood by 230 feet. Good fence Large .
the : grape vine, a number. of pea h trees good bearers. A good home forsime :
t .a -rem ember that .......d Lincoln were living ni Eng-! : one. :

".,x_ i I.land, unmindful of the unborn descendants imperishably ,i Francis. In 1330; the English: : came souse) stand- habeen American terri- : One Five Room Cottage (one story building. ) lot 100x130 feet, situa-; :

who were to make their homes under Sir Francis Drake and the Spanish I ritory; the structure is on a quaint old tell on Mulberry street. A cozy little home.

1 l rc.NASH d SON illustrious but in spite of ,i: town was raided as the French town 't street; opposite' the t". :S. lUrrack Andstrangely j: The''e places are fa Kin&stonlut!! north of Havt..u. tool Graded j: I
; 3' their labors the religous i peace that they' had been. The English and Spanish :
TLA. s enough when the picture was j :><-ho i sought came not. Instead came Spanish warred almost incessantly until 1702 : taken of a sixteenth century house that fall)) on or write .
I adventurers who interferred with which time houses I ,
: fat an"d reliable service at fair prices. during many were had lingered into the twentieth 1
d t over
.prepared to :
Rive :
prompt I their form of worship and at length burned but the little old house shown H. McCLELLAN. l
the two also each i
were facing
-. enl repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory. I butchered them. in the picture always came through Florida.
Kingston or Daytona,
% work solicited. From 15C3 to 150 the houe"a. intact some wa\'.- other in the 1"trt'd-an 'OS auto and an T i I I It I

N : : 58. Out of town i the monks at 2t. Since IS::!, the land: un ahich: the ancient: ox-cart +44.... ...................................4........ :
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e t T. E. FITZGERALD. Editor Ii: I LEGALLY CHARGE. I I' A Word to Home Builders 4 4_

Ni- THE GAZETTE-NEWS r I. .1 C C. BOHAXN'ON Htzgerald & Gates:
Ton rates of Halifax River Bridg We: tale: this cppcrtui&y to announce that oureqxpiett
( ) I I Company fixed by County Commission 1 fur caring fU a3 pknibg! etna-acts Physician and Surgeon! Attorneys at Law, .

I i era May 4th, 1903. of ehicr work cvcrhauScg; ii unequaled. Atwood 1'hS11I1&q.f 4P' } consisting new cr Office over the
i j i Cash Toll Each five cents I Ii !
: person ; Perfecting Land Tida.
IIL Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. ![i each horse five cents; each wagon orj and we invite: you :o call and discuss the: subject; : w111... teach street, Daytona, FU. ,!

F carriage drawn by horses five' cents;!; r Telephone Xo. "4. COarad Block, DA\70SA.J'U. ;
.t r '. SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1908MMMMiMMMMMMMMMMMMMt I I I each automobile seating four persons or'' The workmen: :ia our employ ae competent: and reliablemechanics : 1 |

I less, ten cents each automobile seatingfive who have I I Ca" n.en..

.... .... ... ..... persons or more, fifteen cents. instated: mans. M Ji- .d. 1 1 II.H.SEELYE.A.n.Physician f i LANDIS & fISH

Punch Tickets: 10 punch tickets 25c; room, to "hkhT L! and Surgeon. '
20 punch tickets oOc; 40 punch tickets: ,c : Attorney at Lau
eH: the I
i! Seabreeze and Beach. i aj : aj owners
Daytona 11.00; each person one punch; eacbhof'5e Sp< I ta M Kua .
with no sad .rat
pit Mechanical methods ;
two punches; each wagon drawn iir.av I treatment and t jcvmrt*. niiocCrtmiaaib .
4.ii ; BERNARD by horse one punch each automobile : : f1"2c:. 'I i 127 So. RIdzewood Ave Hours t en cartful atteatloa..psefst taellirie ,
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: MRS. H. A. Editor. : 8-10'30 and :JO. Phone85."rt"\ ., 'g? .SErS3K?., uu... :
'eating four persons or leas I three J. .
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- ----.-.-..-.-,-,-. - - - - - The maerla! I '
i .... ... ." "-... ..... ....... .. . .. punches; each automobile seating five : : we <:

'' Seabreeze April 8-The town council i: up from Miami a few days on a briefI persons or more" ive punches 1 at etc i is tie best the mars r i i DU. d. E. RAWLINGS I.aae A.Bt,wart F..twdl1, ,

i I met In regular session Monday nigh I I I' visit to Mayor and Mrs. C. A. Kenney I Merchandise Coupon Book 150 a- let i orJi. We eLl STEWART & BLYPhysician '|

In the absence of President Bergman, ''' at the Keating Casino. coupon book $5.00; 300 coupon book y arenk>n rticaary! 'f ;.

"" J. B. Bunch was elated chairman pro Mrs. Ida Xuse and daughter, Miss 12.00; fiOO coupon book $: .OO; one I 't n.he fact that we I & Surgeon. l Lawyers

+ Km. The communication from thei i I Vina are pleasant people: from Los Anj coupon passes one horse, wagon and I i ,
who spending short time at driver horses :;,, handle 1 "ftsKfenT Dr. Rawling'a office over Gille's h Office next door to Bank Build+ .. ,
Sonata Investment Company in regard j j gelea, are a two coupons passes two w I eg

{ to exempting blocks north of University 1 Ocean Spray. wagon, driver, that are used for trans- a pm..uiEaamc.ed:; tire: .to ie. Beach street. : EVLand. Florida

boulevard; was. tabled. The time for t'j I Mrs. Mo res, who has been speeding portir.nmerchandise. All teaming and i rl' _+ Ware, which is sow.Jey I 1 .

draftingcrdinanceln regard to sidewalk -. the winter at Indianola, b visiting with rarrytiizf merchandise subject to cash': = : aJ>ertucd ina STEWART TITLES INSURED: :

vas extended until next meeting.,1 her daughter, Mrs. J. M Field. enrotite .tollJturh tickets.: or coupons. E. L. i fVoloaia :

I r CoUe&for'i report vas read and ordered to her home in Ohio. Io<2iii J'jtl tickets: One person oneyear !leading magazines. Physician and Surgeon t County.U.tractlnnltms\ =;t

i filed.CofecWr'a bill of 1107.)0 for collecting Mr. and Mrs. Cole., wto oat a spent $.j ",,) one person six months $3.00; .3tsa iw r Wi.-e his .i-s n'lai/actvra d! for more: than attention to diseases of the and Title Insurance Company !
: taxes was ordered paid. Petition the winter at Gainesville, lore iora'ed: <'CtJ..r-+a one month $1:00; one person Special 1 i Abstracts faroUB sad titles p rtwWed. ;
l thirty :ears:. ad: every piece b<1:. a 'staat.i1' "Green a ad 1: Eye Ear, Throat and >ose. Office Mae. Plate and Bin trace nm.pUe .
to improve Halifax avenue from for a short time in one of E J I.:. Joiti- thr- months $! 00. 1 and residence, Xo. 101 Magnolia flr-f *. t9ert n..Pnt:Carey D.LaM 6u t

present grade to University boulevard, son's cottages on Seabreeze avc:>u< I a-iiily fir.krts.; : First two persons one GoJ"! f Jirar.-ce :labcL! \\.c\.ta! ."pks in our ho-room, j 1 ner Palmetto, telephone 83. .' s.c'liana,.andTrda UeL.aa. FLU.I. Opposite. VAliuiafVG. ; ;t

wan referred to street committee. The Mr. and Mrs. Harnbri'L rst'meJ ?ua- yr $10 if); with horse $18.00; each ad- anj if \.AJ will:i call: WK! p\t ;.t.u "J cisiarJ bkeu! : W I Imre !oort:' a m.tot p ID. .

registration books were revised, and the day from DP Land. 1...-) wnl Matt ditiaatp.-rson $3.00; each additional ,:i.I.o"cr a: '.i' >ur: LOR ... I. -.- S -L---I t

1 } clcrk-'ordcrtd to advertise the names shortly for their h.)ai' >u leergetvwo; bone $1.00; first two persons six A. KLOCK i D. D. & C. .'\. ROGERS :

atrltkm off. Kentucky rno&tLs! $I..s O; with one horse $11.00; JOE OSBORNE The Plumber.
.. Engineers J
:' A 4 icu meeting l will be held in the Archie Vclvington will thjrtiy! ;Icaefor each additional person six months $2.00: .. Physician and Surgeon ;;

:: town hall, Saturday, April 18, at 7 Jacksonville, where Le wit take the each additional horse $$2.00.. I special alteatloo given to Maracas ot (DAYTOXAand; '

o'clock'p.. m., for the purpose of nomi- commercial course in the Massey Easiness Hors* Livery TicketsTwo: or more '::. --.. -.- !} IDs Eye and flttlof G1M*>-. J:1O: 1-.11 80. !iRldgtwood Otf 'foS j I MIAMI. TLAi t&
ti. Office boar
4 % nati&c he following city officers: one College. hope team one year $1000; one two phone .; 1
-- to taw: n>.,1.11 to Saw
p. p. m.
Office Established
mayor'two councilman: one assessor Mr,and Mrs. Miller lessees of the horse tf-am one year $S.OO; one one j **********************#*****************************.1 I DAYTOSA. FLA. r Davtpna 1S73 "

one treasurer, one clerk, one marshal. White House on Seabreeze avenue, win horse team one year $0.00; subject to i '

r Hon.W. A. S. Bird,of Topeka, Kan., lose the house today. Mr. Miller expects condition on ticket and signed by : Cabinet and Repair Shop : J ,K. JOSIE ROOERS, M. D. II./ A. BERX RD j

registered at the Princess Iseena the to go to Seattle before returning party to whom tkket is issued. \ f

fore part ol the week the guest of the I. home. Mrs. Miller goes directly to her Public Automobile; One Year. One aa- : Furniture Repairing, Mattresses Repaired and l made to order. We : i I Homeopathic t Physician I solicit subscriptions and business

Improved Order of Red Men of Daytona home in New Jersey. j tomobile seating capacity eight or more I handle celebrated O ermoor Mattress and l solicit your *< Xo. 453 North Bench: Street. for the TiJDft-tpion_ 1I

of which tribe he is the Great In- John Cook of Orlando, who is the ) persons $10.00; one automobile seating : order> r-r Crst-clas work. Orange ave enL Pwk Ilk *. '. TIJIES-UXIOS BDBEJkU. 1 1to
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2.30 and COO: I
I ;. coboaee.Mrs. popular agent of the Cadillac automobile -J, capacity five or six persons S.OO; one t W. G. HOBBS. J .j I 7:30. Smith A Hitch Real Estate Office. ;

I S S. E. Newton, of Aurora, Ill., arrived 'I was in the city this week on busi- automobile seating capacity four or less : .: ..s...asas.a++.+s....as... .......aaas+............ + Telephone Xo. 122. I Beach Sjreet.v ]
from Miami Monday afternoon, ness intent. persons $6.00; all persons to pay fare -- _. t
1f -- -
f and Is the guest of the Princess Isse&a,;I I Miss Irene Bennett, of DeLsad, is the except motor man. Public: automobiles 1 t

1 where she is receiving a cordial welcome pleasant guest of Miss Dollie Sours this subject to conditions on ticket and ''.>n- Life in the Open, j! Daytona Pri\"tc tlos !? DR. BOtllOX.SI : : I
a ., from her numerous friends. week.. tract with issuing bridge. ac 0 i I pit,,) and Sanitarium I Private Sanitariunl 1
t Mr. and Mrs..N". E. Bates leave next Mr. and MM. Wm. B. Reed and Mr. Private Automobile One Year. One where health :and! pleasure meet. can bestS : { Every rscllltr tor IDs properl.tment
M. Reed be obtained in a country home uher fresh and care nf medical aur&kal For the treatment of an 1.
Mrs. E.
week and had a most enjoyable {automobife seating four or I less r I' cure
for a ten days' visit in Washington persons air and sunlight' costs nothing. We taIl Electrical appllaDn-s. trata.d n rws. 4
j D. C., with the former i parents. houseboat party the latter part of j i S .OO; seating five or more person* $13; r supply you with number of such homes, .quiet eurmaaaiage. 1I act aU..oUon Itt 11es1 ud Ssafed c..... t
last week. They made the the for six .- ,-ojiDeocerf .tith will linn to all I patlrnts T..rm.oo appll- 21 South Beach StreetPhone. .4. 1
Y J. B. Abercrombie has recently purchased trip on i months one automobile seating meet jour personal 'I .Uoo. o : Fteerrad .n'.loay.ooa. v
r' a lot Lathe Sonntag Claim, on Halifax north to Knox & Beed's and to i! four persons or leas: 1.>.00; seating fivor e f f the requirement*.! oil if you intend moung to PJlytldaDI I1r..O. .\. KVO l'bluC"('K. and R. HueL.I I'i' C. C. BOi1ANSON. M. D. ;
country tinSpring drop U'* a postal
Atlantic&Tenue. the headwaters of the Tomoka. returning more persons i \ j persons w anJ w will) z'v yea full particularsA. i
Mr. and Mrs.Tunis, who have been I from their very enjoyable outing j pay toll Private automobile: subject r I OSTCOP I d. P. ESCII.D.
.1TlI. i iI
pending two months past in one of Monday momma:. to conditions: on ticket and contract I.I MILLER\

Miss Blakealee's cottages returned last J. N. Gamble and family left Tues-f,;! with issuing bridge. r 1i Dr. d. C. Ill'rn1-ul. PI1'sidiln and Surgeon.
week to their home in Chambenburg I day for their summer home in Cincin- !Change in Above Rate Made April 8, '0. Ky REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGT j jOctan I I
graduate under the founder A. T. Firth house south of 11 E Church
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Pa. Miss Blakeslee ia home nati. Mr. Gamble: : is greatly mined Motor cycle 5 cents or uric punch; au- t aon..es t
expected t ; : Boulevard SEABREEZE.: : H.A. -I Still Kirksv ilte. 110.. located on "01- Peninsula Drive, Daytona Bach. t
1 from Jacksonville. today. from church circles during his absence tom<.oLile rating car 15 cents or five usia avenue. one door east of llalifax

Mr. ZeJgler,of DeLaad, an extensive The real estate agent report numerous |I pun
orange cn rer. Is spending a short time inquiries for beach cottages. Indications ; t J Automobile Yt-arly Ticket below where w >. carry in stock Phone. 40" .v. i.
are good for a fair summer business I Touring I'a large supply of Engines, Boilers --
at Dixie Lodge. car one year 313.00; six "-

,. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Williams and children months SOO. : ; runabout or tonneau car r Y.xri.. Saw machine Mills. Threshers Edgers! ,Planers in fact,all Shingle WoodWorking 1)!i. \\;. +2. GOVL S. It. GOVTIcntist i iI

spent part of last week ia Js
*. I Arthur, at DeLand where he is taking Change in Above Rate Made May 7, 00 t;&+ ,,_ and Supplies., Write us what you I Architect Builder 3nd J

Mrs.Ben tVellons and children who I the shorter course at Stetson. I' Livery Toll: Owner of from one to Y ant. We can supply you and Sate Contractor i

have been spending some time at Dixie four horse, $,}.00 per year; o\er f..ur you money. 'Jrh'f': t'oruer RWnflod and \Iu.la : rI

Lodge guest of her aunt, Miss Russell, I' Port |honei and up to eight horses. $10.00, MALSBV COMPANY: 41 S. FORSYTH STREET ATLANTA: OA. I Residence and once, northeast tots .;
Orange.Port ner Plydgewood and "oIusia
J left Tuesday for: Knoxville. She was I I over eight and up to twelve horses, 11::; I PHONE S9 Phone 89. Daytona an.Jl& 1

accompanied on the return trip by Miss over twelve and up to twenty tosses ,
Orange, April 9-The Ladies' I YOU Will FIND WHAT YOU SEEK
Bowman ot 20.00 over 20 horses add M
the same town. Guild of Grace Church met at the borne ; cents to
Frank; Harding spent part of last of Mrs. Meeker Monday afternoon. $!O.OO rate for each horse. I, i a under the category! of real estate," whether i LESSO\S I Gtn.\\i\! lIalifaxusic Ifouse'(

week with his family. Messrs. Haff, Bradley and Williams j I, Samuel D. Jordan, Clerk of the Cir I __ it be a louse\ tore, stable, farm or city I
Bya !l.ly who has j
The foundations for two new cottages accompanied by their waves went: to i j cuit Court hereby certify that the above y country lots unimproved, for your own tenancy I k nowlwige of rile (layman a thorough George l Tray

a are being laid on Atlantic avenue, properties I Turtle Mound to camp several days last j l j fares are those authorized by.the Board I'' to rent others or hold as an in* i and has trsvrled! abroa'i. language For furs The cheapest plate fa the State to ,j

of Capt. Stone and C. P. Stuart. week. i of County Commissioners. \'estroent-ail these pncds-on our lists, that information buy Pianos. Pianos to R Dt. Tun- ,
j aldrety .
_I The Stuart cottage: will be a two-ttory, : Mr. and Mrs. Roelker arrived from I Witness my hand and the seal of the 1 r which are free to jour search. Wear at 20:? ", Dattana, 11. I' O. Rose lag Repairing aDd Polishing Ly a J

eleven-room building, and Mr. Stuart New York Tuesday. |I Circuit Court this; 6th day of April, A. D. your s.1\"icf' for anything in the real estate I IiJu..inPjl" I skilled workman$

r ,: win do his own construction work. E. Sunday afternoon Re,'. Cooper ofi((1<*OS. -t- } 1 ........................ ,

E.Johnson baa the contract for the the M. E. Church, baptized several i in : SAM'L. I). JORDAN, J. C. BUTLER
1'' other cottage. the river here. I I I Clerk Circuit Court.I .. '

s Rev. Dana Sherrill conducted cost Miss Annie PatUllo came over fro I -- / Real LstatLift-, Fire lr.DJccidt'D r Ins I : i; v v W W WWVVVVVVVV'VATrunks ;

muniaa services at the Glenview Con* Lake Helen Friday to visit her brother I! Holly Hill. \.. Phone 231,!Dayton* Beach: Fla. !! Dress. Suit Cases, Bass. !
t grcgational church Sunday afternoon, Millard Pattilfo, returning Sunday. 1 -- --- I ..... .
ia the absence: of Dr. Marsh, who was Saturday Mrs. J. Johnson returned I I Holly Hill, April u-lira. Huclake W., !!j........................... ................... ..... I We have just received our new stock of

engaged at the funeral services of Mr. home from Jupiter where she had been I Palmer, of Englewood N. J.. has sold i : Have your pictures framed at Lesesnes.rl'he most Telescopes[

,h and Mrs. Earl Foster's youngest child. biting her grandson and wife. her lut at the corner of Front street and I 9 m complete plant in the l" tr. Large line of moulding
'" The SaD Soucl Club meet at the pretty Miss May Howes is visiting her sister r Delaware avenue to W. 11. Heath and ,|}, -. See Lesesne at "THE KODAK PLACE" : Tags and Shawl Straps.
of Mrs. R. C. Watenon this after-
Mrs C. Chriatiancy. purchased the H. G. Wilkinson property : We have compared our truks.
.t noon. i I 1 : 1 Inrach Street, 2 doors North of 3rd A\enue. etc., with otner makes and we find
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Wells went to De- :adjoining her other lot, a block farther ; : our.j
C. C. Gillett with a very neat sign announces Land Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. J. I north. Mrs. Palmer intends to remodelthe l .t............................ ....................... .I line is the best *e can get for the money at which they are od.! We guar !I

; OB the Halifax name of his pleasant cottage Vinrant. I Loins and make a winter home for1 I R.***.**.**********************- *.." 4. ..*........- i' an ... air, prices tl' U: the lowest in the city for similar goods.
avenue-Keystone. .
herself and family.
Mr. Gillett baa : CORNEROLUSIA: AND I
quite a promising or Thanks. Mrs. W. THE MODGAN :
4 Cardjof II. Heath enjoyed a pleasant: PALMETTO The
chard AYENLES.: Jj Peck-Hendricks
set to
a variety of fruit trees and
e Mrs. R. call last week from some friends of her Company.
has otherwise his O. Douglass detires to extend Antlfgant Douse with S Heat. Electric t
greatly new team Bath
improved Lights,
property within the two years' owner her heartfelt thanks to the members of early youth, sirs and Mrs. Gilbert, of'' : Plumbing, Peasant' Surroundings, t-tc. Within three minutes walk of the *4 I .................,......... ........
Fort Thomas Canada, who, with their ,... ..........
ship. the Knights of Pythias, the members of ,I C depot| flO5tllfficf", stores and churthfs. One block from Ferry and River } -- tNNNNN
Mrs. W. B. Hatch and family are ex, the Carpenters' Union and all others daughter have been spending the winter J MRS. B. P. SMITH -$ 6 + tN
i in the State. Proprietress. i $N.....

Petted Ma Hatch here and from spend DeLand a month today at to their join who assistance so kindly during extended her bereavement courtesies occa and of Mrs. Samuel Kline and :.on. Eugene: : .Kas.Y.et!>fstl.ryasr;. srt ....ir.la..a.rF.tae+)3aex..eti...w.ai. I M. ELLA DE VOY :l ?

+ new home on the river front. sioned by the sickness and death of her Chicago, friends of Alvin and Mrs CO.
I I j late husband. Davenport, have rented the It. F. Lyle I ic
Mrs. Carf Gillett and baby have gone / N .... Ni : LADIES'
cottage on Daytona for monthor HATTERS
I, f ;: to St. Augustine on a three weeks visit' avenue a LOW TIDES on the BEACH .t'
Death of Mrs. "ull.I more and are talking of r returning f Correct ,in Styles.
with relatives. She left Tuesday morning here nE' winter.. [ all --- i! For; Sale i : : PerSonal attention to Ritati
Mrs. Ella 1 FER. ;.1AKCH APRIL ( j Xu 6 youth Bea f
:, on the Kingfisher which: will make E. Hull, wife of Horace The McCoy family who have, as Monte i tap. .N..... ..N............ 'h 6treet, Daltona. ,
; the trip from St. Augustine to Jacksonville Hull, died at Kingston Tuesday morn- ................ .
usual, the winter ) NN NNNN
spent season in Daytona .I. I : .
and will ply aa mail carrier on the i Lug> aged :21! years. She !eaves3 mourn returned to their residence here :)' ;ft : lf. Ii i.:tt .
.. St.jphna river this summer her demise: a sorrowing Durban: and a the forepart of the eek. La\e'' ::: 3. : :)::. : : ::: : :* Enterprise Stereoptican. I

I Mrt Thomas Cordis and son, Edward!, I young baby. The funeral services were' They ... .... .. 3:10.: ")'... 2:43..1.: .. 3.4b.( .. I With Sun Rival Light *
jo had a garage built in which; to tore ... ..1... 3fi; ,... ... .)'... ...
leave oa the 14th for their i held at the residence Tuesday afternoon 3. 3:27.: : 4:20:: Wry; Fin. 1
home summer{and their several machines during the sum-I ... (i.. .. 4-15.: .. .. 4:11.: ..'... 3.10... I : Norman S.
l 1 In Springfield, Mass. The stone the body was shipped Wednesday Dayton
... 7. "' 3:31.: .. ... 4:5x..1: .. 6.00... 'iewsround the WorM -
j mansion will be closed, and CoL Cordis J morning to Cotton Plant (near Ocala'! mer.Messrs ... '""j''' 6:10..1... 3:47..i... 6:))... fr ; :
C. M.
wOl be a guest at toe Princess Isaena ., for interment. Wheaton and V. M. ... 9-...1'.. -J\. ;\(.,...'I... ..,.::30 I I1' '. .'.:--... l views Passion Play, lect- .. I
_. Green, of Sunbury, Ohio who han .. 730..J. .
1 for some weeks. --- .10. '" SIO.: } : sa3. : urea, screen and everything t >
Officers Elected. been purchasing land in the hammockhere ...11... ... 9:13... ... 8:30..x. 93l.:: Plans
I for celery culture, on Saturday ..12.......10:10...'1... 9:30..1..10-13... : complete for entertainment. j }
'' .. Daytona Beach Aprils The Hermitage I I, East At Coast the annual.'utomobile&oci meeting of the UO I k. held rida bought ten acres more of H. C. Quattle-j. .....14..13..11:00..1..10:20..11:28... ."11:43..x::: ...11:::10... ...11:30.: .... i' : A. W. FIELDER( | j ..

including cottage and grounds baum, adjoining the land which lie recently ...1.x.' 1 ".12::23.":... ... ..l:30.: .. : Superintendence
property of II. W. Craig, was purchase Thursday evening the following cfiicers sold to them. They are preparing ...16..) .. 100..1225.: ..:... 1:03.:: New Smyrna Fla. t ..

, last week by Wm. }[anninc'. mother, were elected for the ensuiAj ear: to put in a system or tile drainage I'I .. )!... I:33...1.' .. 1:01..1.:: .. 1-15.: .. .N......4................. Lumber r
President : ...17..1.... 2:0..1.. ...' .. .. Yard] [
A. B. .
who has been spending the winter with Foster: Firs Vice and irrigation. : 1:3' Z:25. ... Magnolia AtenoeMilIer and to
President, S. H. Go\e 'i ... .,. ... 2U...'.. 2:15.: .. ... 3.00... If Heal Estate F. E. C. nail>way. ;
Second Vice
' her son, on Peninsula Drives It is a ; Thos. Wetherell has gone up the ...20...'!... 3:13.: .)... 2-19.: ..'... 35.: you expect to office, 1st door south of pastoffice. ".t'
most desirable piece of property, the President, J. H. Allen; Secretary T. 1.1 Tomoka river to look after the fencing i ..21... ... 3:53.: ..'... 3:25...'... 4:3': .. I 1IOSDSO D. EJ I} :
; Fitzgerald; Treasurer F. X. Conrad i of a large tract of land for a northern ': 433..I Phone at office Yard '.
asking price for which $ A. ; : ; 5:40.: ,

I I. Miller, the real estate man.500., transacted Directors. M. Bond, Edw., E. F.White Oates Henry, J. B.B. Welch Moore, I IH. him syndicate shortly and R. E.they Lyle will expect probably to join be ::: t:: ::: 6:03.325.: :::);'::: i: +:: ::: 7:43.6:35: ::: i Build a Cottage .

the business.. and .'. Milliard.It engaged fur several weeks.!! ...2.>....... 7.0.i;; .: 650.: .. ... S:50.: .. i, .
The San Souci Club meeting at the -- -- ...:W..I... 8:20..1.: .. 800... .. 9:50.: ..
i home of airs. Wm. Ronald was specially was decided to build an addition to Canal Completely Staked. ..27.1.. 9:2S.: ..".. 9:10.: .. ...10-15.: II Residence or Hotel I .. #
,. pleasant. Mrs. Neal the clubhouse and erect: bathhouse on ...2S..1O:3: :!.. '...I 0:13.: ...11::31i... :t".iti.i """. IiN1/M/1eefReltelt'INI/' it..".
read a very interesting the beach. The staking of the canal of the Co&bt. .1..1 l': l 0..12:22.: and examine our stock of Miiini..W."Ui Ie1i11Min1 ,",,_

paper on Edward-his early life --.--- Line Canal and Tl&nl1portAtion/Com-/ :::4t' :... .... ::Ht. .....:: 1:03.::. I.

and struggles upward. A humorous mention of "hich4 .. :... : : ... .. ...... ..... : Furniture :
Party Fares. pany piade in and House'Furnishings. ;: =Strohrri Co.
paper was read by Mrs. Bowles. The the Gazette-News Wo --- I
a week or -o has Forenoon
I regular order of business was carried For parties of ten JO or more traveling been afternoon tides are ap I {:
completed. The stakes ar<# landevery I proximately at the same hour. Automobiles I
I out. together on one ticket two (tZj can be driven the beach I= Successors
"' 1000 feet' apart from the Xorth j on two toI
j The Young Ladies' Club met with Miss cents per mile per capita minimum per hours after high tide and within two i '.'
Bridge, in the Halifax Ne
I River, to the
want to I PECK
sip Freeman Saturday evening and had the capita fare fifteen U5) cent : MaUnzos River north ]hours of high tid}'>. convince'youthat & FOSTER.
at an
i t 1 usual good time with fancy work and i in These rates are open to the public and expense onr prices -
of about 500. The St. .Augustine j P. & DOBBINS I .SEBL are right. I
11 social! convene. Light refreshments apply between any point on the Atlantic Potter Boat Club has staked from / =I Family '
were served before adjournment. Coast Lines. .\. W. FR1TOT, Division General repairing, key fitting saw filing Groceries
1 Mrs. R. L. Collins, of Umatillo, u the Passenger Agent Jacksonville r Fla. Augustine to the Inlet at an expense Trunks, valises umbrellas and .."
of approximately>(0. The staking of I parasols repaired and recovered. lawnmowers Bingharn&MaleyCo.j i .Crain
guest of Mrs. Kieth, who is sojourning -- j Fancy
this inland waterway b a great.con v en- '' repaired and sharpened Badges tt-: ,
J at the Uarroun apartment house. .What is Lily Water Call at the I lance to Loat owners, especially those Checks and tags. Rubber stamps and and
Mr. and Mrs Mortimer Courtney came Electric Light Plant. official seals. :22s -Niutli Beach Strett: Ij Food
who are net familiar; ; with the waters. 1 Day tuna, ilo. FURNITURE "IT'll ALL IN'
UNDERTAKING 111& .....w Produce Products
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' i painted china most appropriate for PALATIAL: A. L. MYERS DELAND-ROAD '. .'.''''.'.'. '.i.'.'.'.'.'.' t

;, t l Paragraph?. wedding gifts. Our stock is complete. : :

:'J r +-:.-;: .....' ...........: A visit to our store Geo.will II. Clark stow,you.Jeweler.* HOME DIES BY HIS ORDERED CLOSED i f :: :

: 1 Wle. most complete

.tooeo Coast. No job Miss Lillian Thompson returned Tuesday PLANNED. KKK

too small for us to do. Fine from. visit with her brother in OWN HAND. :
| Until It Is
BH Havana Completed-Conlractor Says
repa1rJnc our specialty. All Cuba. Mrs. Sarah B. Cochran of Dawson
;;'at+etetiggoda Pa. It Is Necessary to Do So To Com
!; has purchased Iota
free.ROWS Miss Fannie two
; atltIITed Dillon who has been the on Ridge- :
$ ,L.B. A Co. The Jeweler: guest of Miss May Jolley, returned to wood' and Cedar with a frontage of :220 Ant Assaulted R. S. Maley and Then plete Road in Good Shape. :1. We take care of

her home in feet and will build a palatial home Sent Bullet
that a Crashing
Jacksonville Through
Friday I
ir Attorney E. F. Mates visited DeLan afternoon At the meeting of the Board *f
of last will eclipse any residence in Daytona.The .
business. week. His Own Brain. i County Commissioners held at DeLand
oa I
,l. ,try For first-class location is just opposite the resi- I Monday the following resolution wasadopted your property and ,
.q fjesh moth balls at Young's Phar- work-Daytona Steam dence of Geo. E. Sebring and the houseto Wednesday morning a tragedy was aResolved

{ -pact. Laundry, phone 8. tf be built by Mrs. Cochran: will be enacted on Cedar street that will longcast :
That from this date the
. ii: Percy J. Cartright, of Bartow, is The annoucement of James W. Perkins after the style of Mr. Sebring's. home pangs of anguish over several DeLand-Daytona: Road be and the look after your tax -
but much learts. As a result of the A. L,
as candidate larger and tragedy
for more elaborate.S. .
sister Mrs. W. Maxwell County Solicitorof
'I"u' her : tame is declared closed to public traveluntil .
: the Criminal Court of Record II. Cove baa the plans about Myers' is dead and R. S Maley is painfully '
' .. .. appears com completed, it being understood
salsas. i
ta today'a Gazette-News. Mr. Perkins pleted and the construction work will injured. and agreed that the board shall inspect assessments for a
the time to place; your order be Mr. Myers the father-in-law of -
fjjev {II is a thoroughly competent official and commenced about the first of next was S
and such of said road
f/U( Enter Suit, made at Burnett's. having no opposition, will be re-elected. month? White coquina stone will be R. S. Maley and for several years has each month accept that shall be part fully
completed -
the material used. The cost is estimatedat made his home with the latter. I small fee.
Company has in- .
,t ftiKIlJU.strohm \Ve will for as contract, reserving 25
secure you bottom priceson about 75000. While stories conflict, from the best per percent
1yp- IIIIIi the trolley cash system in ita lumber and other building materials. information the Gazette-x of contract price per mile until final

...; ...;;..Jm P. Williams is cashier.shipment No one recejves Mrs. Cochran and a party relatives ews/ can completion and acceptance.W. .
;;. grafts on Al
...... your purchase hive been spending the winter in Day- Mr. Maley was seated the
";* of "Daytona" Norman S. Dayton, Daytona. tf breakfast c. Cannon, the contractor, says .
.fAaot.br tona, and she became so enthusiasticover table when Mr. Wyy? walked .

yfffilf paper-35 cents a box. Nathaniel McMillan, colored, was the beauties of the fairest city of into the room and dealt \JJ6i several that it is impossible to complete the .
road In good shape unless it is closed
* Htnkins, The 'Druggist. fined five dollars and of the fairest blows on the head withn hammer.
"* costa by State in the Union that
f> Mayor There will probably be strenuous ob- CONRAD> REAL ESTATE CO.A. .
/r* .,Get H. P. Holt, one of Daytona's Seaman Tuesday. The following morning she decided to make it her winter home. With blood gushing from lie wounds fctionsby those who are in the habit i. :
Louis Daytona is to be Mr Maley staggered from the table and
:I' tfctfavtic winter visitors, departed Cunninghom, another dusky congratulated upon of traveling over this road.

- ..., for his summer home in Spring- sport received the same sentence. Both the acquisition of Mrs. Cochrane as a a scuffle! ensued.' Mrs. Maley heard the The Volusia County Record (DeLand) ....... .. HMI ........i
were charged with winter resident. struggle from her upstairs bedroom and
/ being drunk and dis-
* ftjidXasft. was designated as the i in
,, orderly. Mrs. Cochrane .rushing down into the dining room separated newspaper ,
<01 was obliged to leave :
Bougbton, dentist, west end 01IIItf which the delinquent tax list for 1907 is
L jfr.I> Wednesday for Pennsylvania to be the two struggling men. Her
fc Bridge, Peck Block, phone 32. tf Three launches for sale. Inquire of reams! attracted several totbe to be published.The D. fUBRIDB J. B. CONRAD P.N.CONRAD
present at the dedication of persons
W. A. Barker, Ormond. tf a $150,000 attorneys for board were instructed .Pr..1"..t Vk .Pm. Cukbr
> jy )or Commissioner Crouch attended memorial, whick she has had erected at house, and Mr. Myers then went to to notify McCoy Brothers andJ.

*,. urn *p lar monthly meeting of the'Cta&f B. F. McCoy left Monday afternoonfor Allegheny College to her late on. his room. While Mr. Malay's wounds C. Pettepher of this city, to place the MERCHANTS BANK

School Board at DeLand Mon- New York, where he will occupy the were being attended to before the arrival road between Daytona and New

position of chief engineer on the yacht of the physicians.a pistol shot (BRANCH Or \'OLr'lA ('O lfT" BAMC)
e DI.tJlllt. Notice.
Smyrna in as good condition as it was
Curtis' and cool "Argo, during the summer. Capt. W. was heard, and upon breaking open the Before they operated their heavy automobile Capital Stock.............................................$ 50,000
ten at keep There will be
F. McCoy will remain a meeting of the members door of Mr. Myers' room his body was
Popular Foun tAtn.rd.01apmanoC here until May of the Daytona and Heading busses over the same, as provided Surplus and Profits ...................................... 55lCo,
sita Library
found the floor with
1st and then go to Bar Harbor, Maine, lying on a .3* cal.
Winter Park, has where he will again act as captain of Association on Thursday, April 16, pistol bullet wound in his head. Death by Sections 3674 and 3G7i of the Four per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time Certificates -

r 'fewia Daytona this 'week. Prof. the yacht "Hobo." 4 p. m., at the Library Building. All was instantaneous. General Statutes. of Deposit. No notice required for withdrawals.

b_teacher of elocution atrpaBipe those who have paid the One Dollar i Justice Henry T. Titus ex-offirio --- -
': Cfspjua tSupurb line of toilet soaps and sundries subscription are members and lie Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.
College. are requested coroner, who happened to present Struck a Popular Cord.
at Young's Pharmacy. to be present. I at L the time, immediately empanelled a '
The Gazette-News seems to have n ,
.{For Sale-Baby carriage with nettorettd H B. HOWARD B. GlbBOXS"retary. :
Yarborough, who bas bw-n i jury which returned a verdict of suicide. -
struck a popular cord last week in discussing -
Mrs. I. M Murray i
parasol. manager of Anthony Brothers' stop in &-( No testimony was taken at the e
the need of "free"
tffj a bridge
)treet.. this city ever since it was etlahlChed, inquest as to the cause of the assault OrderTbatSpringSuitNow
the Halifax It has received
t __ .J.E. Rawlings is now comfortably has tendered his resignation\\f take C. A. Clegg left Tuesday for his summer and suicide. number of letters and oral words any of \ ,(J

t 4" his new suite of offices in the effect May 1. lIe will be succeeded by home at Haines Falls, N. Y. After having his wounds dressed by commendation, and the question has }\ JX from our custom tailoring depart ?

he recently purchased* of*E. J. E. D. Anthony, of West Palm Beach. Mrs. Asa Paine and children departed Doctors: Klock and Atwood, Mr. Maley been freely discussed by the populationof II '1" .' ment. Then you can have it made

on Volusia avenue. Mr. Yarborough is undecided as to his Tuesday for their summer home in Min was taken to The Cedars and from both sides of the river. lust the way yon want It-from
future present reports his wounds are painfulbut -Mse am'w-
IjWanUd Tenant for my place on arrangements. neapolis.Mr. Elsewhere we publish the rates the cloth 017'01U' own election and a
not serious.
Kortk Ridfewood for the summer. Price that's easy and quality that's bridge companies can lawfully charge.S. style design of your own chooainf.
and Mrs Theo. Seng tak and The body of Mr. Mjer was shipped
Bat free F. H. Bogle: Holly Hill. great in suits made right here in Day- H. Cote, the manager of the bridges, >;z' j
daughter Amy, departed Monday yesterday morning to Louisville Ky.,
tona. Burnett tile Tailor. Las promised to let us have a copy of '
During ita recent visit to St. Augustus for Asheville. where it was laid beside his wife. Services Wecanfurnishyoufor$25to$40e
the rates as posted, and this,list the
during the Ponce de Leon celebra- B. J. Holt, the affable manager of The were held at the house, Rev. A. J. the beet tailored>to-mea.ure suit ,
Geo. T. Self of the
one candidates for Gazette-News! will publish next week. '
&IaI the "Uncle Sam" entered the boat Austin,tiepartedTuesday morning for I superintendent of public instruction, Wilder officiating. Deceased was 67 Many persons have signified theirwillingness -II you ever wore-ahape, atyle.work- I

neekaod beat all of its competitors. his old home at Beaver Dam,Wisconsin. was in Daytona this week. years of age. to make liberal contribut.ionsl 5l manahlp..a quality unsurpassed
nt"will remain there about six weeks The of the has been '
Ilgood horse, wagon and cart foray Judge and Mrs. J. L. Hopkins closed cause tragedy for a bridge. Dr E.: L. Potter, chairman -, I .,# because made tofU your individual
visiting friends and relatives and then generally surmised but will probably
cheap. Enquire of Mrs. Hasty, their Daytona home yesterday and departed of the board of county commissioners ( form by Ed. V. Price & Co.. ya
go to Shelter Island New York, wherehe never be known. The theory has been '
Poces Park Fla. tf I Ir says he will use his best\ efforts the "House of Over Thou.i .
for Mount Airy, Ga. a
holds a responsible position with the advanced that the old gentleman took .-< "
to induce the county to contribute to w
1Ir.lDd Mrs. Marcus H. Rogers left Mnhas&. House, during the summer. Mrs. E. K. Pratt accompanied by her I his own life thinking he had killed Mr. the proposed project. He further states sand Tailors. .

kypCiday (or Springfield, Mass., but Ladies' and gentlemen's hitllsat.+ : the sister, Mra. Trux left Friday for It. : laley. I that every member of the present board Y

will ttttd a month on the way making Electric Light'Plant. Lauderdale to visit her son. I of commissioners are favorable, to the x Their beautiful line ol 500 fabric. :

tyMtCamdea, Old :Point and NewY" Resolutions in of John B. 11 r: for Spring and Summer-shown
The Crest Council of the ImprovedOrder Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Pollitz left Wednesday : plan, and that they have wondered that
i their assistance has not been asked in here exclusively by u.-oller. an
: of 1ted Men for the State of Flor- for Oyster Bay, N. Y., where, as Parkinson.
shipment of "Daytona" the past. admirable for selection and
ida is in session at St. Augustine. W. usual, they will spend the summer. We. the officers and members of Mali- range
wrltf paperceota a box. Various suggestions have been madeas
G. Hobbs, of this city; Grant Maloon of lion. A. T. Pattillo, of Oateen; one of fax Lodge No. 81, Free and Accepted their original fashion plate suggest
i Hankins, The Druggist. to where the bridge should be located,
< Holly Hill II. M. 'Mallery, John W. the candidates for County Tax Assessor, Masons[ of Halifax Chapter No.5, Royal many novel ideaa for the ben
and various estimates have been madeas
3 :Van Xmburg Shows exhibited in Williams and C. F. Burgman of Sea spent several das in Daytona this Arch Masons, and of Oriental Cow- to the cost of a first-class bridge. It cult of particular dressers.

DijWa jMterday afternoon and even- breeze, left Thursday to attend the I week. nandery No. y, Kii igha Templar, of
u generally conceded, however that a ex
ill .&large crowds. The show is as Council. They expect to return home Charles Lotkwood started Monday Daytona, Florida, do hereby expressour good bridge would frost not less than Coma in early-before everybodyelse

t.pods any. that- has ever visited Day- today. for Jersey City N. J., where he expect sorrow at the death of our late $30,000. la ....... vp-and ape fabric.

tota;i.. Automobile for Hire by the day,I to work in an automobile factory during friend and frater, John H. 1)>>rkinllOn.In _. --. - No.. 4404.. 4:10SK. 4368.

'*8fria|Tonics of all kinds at Young's hour or trip. W. W. Abercrombie,Way- the summer. our honorable order are and many tried and in true all MASONIC DIRECTORY. ",n."", I",. .. .. .. 4320 1. 4278 HH and atyle de

hba4aeeyt ;. side Inn, Myrtle avenue phone 149. U men, trustworthy HALIFAX UUH1K:. No. HI. F. A A. M, -
Dr. and Mrs J. C. Herman attended onoitiona of life yet among them all, Meets 1st sad 3rd TbureUftjri.IULIKAX E..l..ie.I..al..,.....uar. signa 485 403 and 401. n.

: r :'t; Potter drove over to De- Mrs' Henry Schmidt tendered a few a meeting of the Florida Osteopathic none excelled Brother Parkinson in enPTKK. NO. s:, K. A. M.- I T.HI.( ..'lk:::'at.c....,w.e tell ua to take your measure.

. y in his automobile to ai- of her friends a very entertaining birth- Association Jacksonville last Saturday -l those Stirling qualities which constitutethe Meets. :2nd TburixUjr.OKlENTALrmiMANtlKHY. So 9K.T. I ANTHONY BROTHERS A

'tarffci meeting of the County ComMrteiV day party Monday evening Bounteous and Sunday. really good man-he was truthful, Meets ttb Thursday

:"'Mrs. Potter and F. N./Cons refreshments were served add a'ery honest and courteous faithfulto MVEOAK C'HAPTKR.: Noxi:;, O. f:. 5.-
\.echainless upright, ; I
tWant to buy a standard w>> Meets-'nil and 4th Tue..ta U. '.
d.ceompanied him. pleasant evening was passed by the wheel in good order. State lowest his friends, firm in his (convictions .'lIme..t In Masonic Hall Orange avenue. I. ,----'' ,.-.- -
forty present. Mrs. Schmidt of his -- -- .- --- ... There is
ttMtftMBt Curtis' and keep cool thirty or cash price. Address"!)" care Gazette- bold in the expression opinions, -

'!Up fopujar Fountain. was the recipient of many handsome News tfGt"o. kind to all with whom he associated. Phillip E. RotlnioB ArcalUct. WHITE!HOUSE .

presents. No spot or taint tarnishes lib good f I
Hit K.C. Eastman, after a pleasant II. Foote. Jr., left Tuesday for offer better tribute *fir' Winter*HomeiIn Oa. f
-A nearlynew awe, we can no ,
TbU with her sister Mrs. Geo. H. ffForSaleat a Bargain: Asheville X. C., to resume his studiesin d FloridaBungalows. !
in first to his memory than to place on the II II Ii II ,, AND A
. ,dark, departed Monday for Jackson. bicycle. Enquire upstairs school, after. visit with his par..nbLMr. of our records this estimate of his Pallo Houwi \:\ MCM42S

"?-,where she will visit a few days house from Central Bridge, Daytona and Mrs. Geo. II. Foote. character pages and manly qualities. Tropical denl dar. 3; ; QUIET DIGNITY
twelve until three, on or
Beach, lC.Wllla J .
alt then
her in Wis-
to home
ken GALEN B. SEAMAN, Bo.ton.Mav.nDab.,
who halt .
Mrs. I. A. ,
before April 25th. ,, ,' 32J-J6
L.. spending a few weeks with her sister, Tampa. '
. ?WSE BEACH AND AVENUEs The Norman S. Dayton agency has Mrs. E. K. Pratt, left last Tuesday for m.om: i: H CLARK, -- '- .

s LOTS SALE NEAR COUNTRY recently sold two lots owned by II. C. Jacksonville to visit! her daughter, Mrs. Committee. .j-.j'L WHITE HOUSE
at Holly Hill-one to V.M. I "
, (CUI BOUSE. II. L. K., SEA- Quattlebaumi Schubert.Mr. I
Green, of Sunbury, Ohio, and the Prices Cut in Two. '.
. 'i tf Headquarters Co. K., :Und! Inf. F.S.T. S '
'W of the same Stubenbord left I- B '
other to Mr. Wheaton, and Mrs. Conrad
Dajtona, Fla., March 27th, 1908. FOR FOR
; <.?!> .Gasette-Newa is under obligations Both gentlemen have com- Thursday afternoon for their home at DODD .
wisdom SHO
place. inscrutable
... Whereas, In the
. 'tg1j 8mdrlcka for some excellent menced to make improvements on the Coney, Island. N. Y. They went by Almighty God, our Grand Comman- MEN Ld WOMENczz
*7 f1Qn on his celery farm at Sanr.t.'bunehe.a in the celery Line from Savan .1
:! property and will engage way of the Savannah dt"r-in-Chief. who has seen fit to order 32 prs ladies white

" were exceptionally business. nab. that our late commander, comrade and ;: that makes them correct -

pi analog excellent twenty-seven to the prate Dr. Addison O'Neill, Osteopath. ?M The announcement bf J. M. Chaffer brother, Lieut. Col. John B. Parkinson, canvas oxfords rubber w. c v\.Q VeQ.w .
W quality. R. station. If hall his active labors in the'bat- and proper on alloccasions.
Volusia avenue, near R. for county school superintendent appears cease; J. _M: _
t '. -1t beinty of the'thing is we can in this issue. Mrs. Chaffer has lefield of life, and )it:( aT.LOI1..U..A. p CC Q

at..*deed make your clothes right here The candidates for public office are taught many years in Volusia county Whereas, In this lobs. of our brother I soles, former price .....;_ w__ .

i' O. S. Burnett, Tailor.e becoming thick in Volusia County and and solicits the votes of his friends. officer, comrade and commander,

f 1aIe.... Louise, the 19-monthsold many of them are busy interviewing the each member of this company feels a $1.50, now 75c' E carry a well selected line of this favorite brand of Shoes
" ., voters. Outside of the county candiIdates The Gator moving picture theatre in personal loss of a friend, firm and true, W
.....Itt of Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Foster and Gen and can give you a fit and quality that will be a source of
only Jefferson B. Brown the Peck block have the following pic- and an enthusiastic worker for our w el-

l**Jllfcihlay! morning of bowel com- A. W. Gilchnst, candidates for governor tures for tonight and MondayDifficult fare who can be illy spared; ; thereforeBe constant satisfaction to you.

-1.14 tAd Sunday pneumonia.afternoon.The funeral and John S. Beard, candidate for Position; Lost, a Pretty Dog: ; Mr. and it Resolved That these resolutionsbe Let u. show you this line at our store.

The grief United States Senator, have visited Mrs. Jolly Good Go Tandem; Where'sthat spread on the minutes of this company !32 prs ladies white
( ** *
lIUDtahavethe of
. .- ,"' sympathy I: Daytona, thus flAre Quarter; Babies Will Play and that copy be sent to the For sale by
1Dtmlty in their bereavement.
''I i Q .tAteet me at CurtU1 and..keepo<.l -Small'brown purse contain- bereaved family with the assurance of canvas oxfordsslight.1 PECK-HENDR1CKS COMPANY.Norman l
ttLost THE :
f ReiinisgCo., phone '70, kero- Fountain. morning ia Han- the heartfelt and sincere sympathy of I
at, the Popular Wednesday
-...'ise. cylinder and machinery) ing $11.30 each member of Company K, :2nd! infantry -
. have entered into I kins' drug store or on Beach street between ly soiled at one-half _
: Oictaad war ouse at Daytona The local druggists .I Return Florida Mate Troops. !
,, ';.lltw WoyYs'E.: Dillingnam. Agent. an agreement to close their,stores at six Volusia and Magnolia. NEVILLE; CLARK,

o'clock each evening commencing May to Mrs. II. J. Armstrong.. Seaside Inn. First Lieut., 2d Inf., .'. S. T. former t
;; JjW-z Brothers are making prepara- 1st, Saturday evening, however, U ex- Daytona Beach or care GazetteNewsoffice : JOAN T. DUNN, JR.. (I .

s t --tsbnpda new steamer for next cepted. The Sunday hours will be from and receive reward. :Sergeant: Co. K, 2d Inf F. S. T. I I S. Dayton

.j 'I\e boat will l be feet Inc 5 to 8 p. m. ---- .
;i eighty 8 to 11 a. m, and from While in town Saturday, Attorney B. M. BAGGETT, I

f- t1I. !ad will be Placed I on the run be- This will give the medicine compound- I Frank Pope, of Daytona, said that he roll-oral Co. K, :2d Inf., F. S. T. I: i

: Peytona> and Palm Beach. The to get acquainted with I. A.Stewart W. F. JIBB,
...L. ers a chance I II expected U run against Judge ; All men's youth'sland REAL ESTATE.
\ y-1lkm" will same as ,
probably be placed their respective families, for judge of the criminal court. Capt. 2d Inf., Com'g. Co. K.

!...t t ir lChedute between Daytona other business men. several people offered him .
While I boy's suits at 20
28 and we will call for your their support if he should make the To Democratic: Voters of Volusia Co. i iI Care of pioperty. lit door south of postoffice.J W. II. ED-

: stove don't work fPbone and pressing. All work done race. Mr. Pope u well known here as I entlemen; :-I have learned the rumor discount. MOXDSON, Manager, Daytona, Fla. Plans, Eetimatea and f
cleaning cent .
ep a card to W. G. Dobbs, Box he is a graduate of the Stetson Law for I per Avenue and ;
(. .. by ,,white workmen exclusively. I i was current thaI was in the race Superintendence. Lumber yard, Magnolia
.."J.ib seed.. man to fix it. Burnett Tailor. School.De Land Supplement. for the of .
o. S. Tax Collector only purpose i F. E. C. Railway. Phones! at oflu-e, yard and residence.

lei column will be found the for the Demo- tIt is about time to place your order keeping others from running and wouldnot t. .
'"" books
0 ..t of teo.] W. Bristol aa a The registration Monday for that Easter Suit. We have a large; be a candidate in the wind up. I 1 i

i J. m to for rreaomination to the office cratic Primary election Mondays opened and Saturdays line of samples to select from, and we This I very emphatically! deny. '! Remember our for : If ,

!t .r ti. !!te,Criminal Court, before and remai. open Those, desiring to can save you moaey. Suits made right I am in the race because I want the :==.-.-..II
until May 4th. i and feel thatI I 1-1

,i "i"' eDDIen'ative nitlo( Primaries.in his Mr.announce-Bristol register should call at the days.office of Voters I tt- i here in Daytona.Burnett, the Tailor. office can and serve need the the people salary to their satisfac mer prices were low. ; 6 Neville H. Clark j H I THE FINESTBATHS t Ii Iii

& Oat.ea on _. .
This t\ gerald I tion.I
\ .. III candidates and saysyyiteraia who have alreadY I i i
r .[: the coming primary moving to this precinct other precinctof I }'OR COUNTY SOLICITOR. have put up my campaign fund and I I OPTICIAN. IiIi I .

J "-" "' t tut to continue my dutjes registered in some the Supervisor Thanking my many friends in Y olu- am in the race to a finish, and hope to I 1 II ON EARTH
....ell. the county should apply to their kindness in the past win if I can do so honorably. If I can't II I iI 25cl i 't
's = .Criminal Court I will DeLand for a sia of FOR MEN AND WOMEN t
of Registration at respectfully solicit a continuance I don't this other office. i t .
want or I
t I any }
Cept their wishes. Mr. over the and supportin Call and see us we 1.
Those their votes .
Ii i
TdM11Y certificate. the same, Hoping friends will pay no at ten- (
transfer my
{ ,' .. Dena' t very competent offi, is required shouldalio the forthcoming primary for the office II LILY WATER ;
tax I
". .a-.. lie ikra111li fe'ekcted.fete doubt but what, ace at apply which to poll him for an exemption ('fr.ti6cate. of I pledge County myself Solicitor to perform for Volusia the county.duties tion to such Yours Very Respectfully rumors am have other bargains. i pi I Tb eat Water t.*TaM. t'.. r rIii

.is. .a,.- of the office fairly and impartially, and W. H. M. BRIDE. i Eyes Examined Free. B ELECTRIC LIGHT/ : f.r
i tfr. .%.. the limits of my ability
knowledge of the buildy -
in every \ r l
Wanted-Agood hustler the State and her people. Iii i PLANT /
t* locality will save water filters, re- for past favors and No charge for preliminary plans and At Clark's Jewelry Store. ; sI
perfect you : The Globe ft f/ f
kjW and perhaps ex. town to sell our cent soliciting continuance of the same, I supervision of work at actual \ :;;
rla from 11.50 to $8.00,100 per a estimates; \ mmmmrnnmrrmnmmmnmU =___=:;;;;
; ( with K t Very spectfuUy tf I t
you. profiting to agenw, exclusYve territory. am J. W PEI'tKIX' 3::!. cost Norman S. Dajton Ddjtona : .
n Norman S. Dayton,,, 11,). 43-4 I
c"; Co. Seneca,
Seneca Filter .
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"* -I ..-' m:iio'7."f.--1I R Pint ;;.Han 23;-W
FOR: .
t Can for Democratic Primary. itIsScccrdaace'with Use coccty court house i r- DeLaad FOR TAX -
SfcerffT. -
I I Tataaa County; hereby ant5dCTAor S&- _
1 Flonda aad pubBdy canvass Use To the People of axmcraice ray ,
tie call cl the t na and are what candidates I'e'-j I have decided to again become s candidate nosninatkai to second tern of<*&*< II UDder aDd by TutQe' 01.
=::1 Bttsocratie Exeeutrre Cotasattee cf been nominated by majority vote for j for the'oSce of Tax Collector at gtate's Attorney, fa and for the uaj fcaoedootof: tUEerenUJ Cim Cj

tie :ate of Ftonda, sade at a meetis eact county office, and in what sachllcaces I'i!the appros priarica,and resptrrtfuJlT ,judicial eirrai ul Fl IlUbjd to the Judicial Circuit 011

1 :l *cf aid Ccnmuttee. ted nx tie Cty a sntmd prImary will have to betf, solicit your votes and support. DemocratiC Primiriea to be heM 317l cath.tria mdiJtt Z

: 'of Jacksonr-Ofe; Florida oa the IIUi ]bet ald. ud to transact such other b'in-,, I'have served you in this capacity ; 1903. If again U11ited .IththC ad- Create Mayor of Ate City of

: day Febraary 1908, the Dexsocrai 3 ness as sha3 ecme tefor-. J:: bofore and believe that my knowledgejoftbeTdrtaflscf mautraion of this mod importsDt Florida is plaintiff uiid F 11.
: EXCCUT C nailtt teeon-obSa Cooaty, W. S THAYER, Chaiman. I{t< ttie office and my eperienc *- ofEce by the people, I win, M I baTe J. A. Jackaon are dtf&.daJta,1

,I F t I ; ,ca Tuesday, Mardi 24a, 1908, 'i serve you satZsfactcniy than a newaid imputiallJ' and feaIleSElY. tat the beat the front door of the wn_-

i !:t do cake aid tertby iae;e tie foUova _,. I ; untried man. or oe not faculiar interests of the St3. Land, Florida, on Cc fltzt
t I eLl f cr a Desocntic Friary Eection. POLiTICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.1 i with the work of the ofc@. JOHN c. JONES, May A. D. 190S, being the r-

; ; ; r.t. : Very respectfully yours. State's Attorney 7th Court. the Doatb during the Ito boo
:: Tbssiui Pnsary Eerticn w3; beMd Coder Ui* b.*d win .?p *r tie an. D. P. SMITH
---- the highest and best bidderJiAbe -
nit tie l sai polta picea in eacli I -- FOR CLERK OF ClRmT COURT,
ate aad Cocatr Cc* I i" following described ftSl'- <
: e.ee ;>7& d _tnrt in \'or..sa County. Tb eaarc* toe ta rrtlon of aaaoonc- FOR TAX COLLECTOR. To Democratic Voters of oloaa Co:- wit: EastS9fft rf.rtaSaa .

I :: .,unUl an eicepuoo.election tt. prtmartet. aower.r.are I{,. To Democratic Voters of Volu ia Cc.-: I am a candidate of re-efeeUon to the 4, Greene ebbdiratoo of ,.

LoSdig eleetiots, on Tcesday the 19ti ,boUIr aact'111 the ease of t10tte .1o I have been prevailed upon for past office of Clerk:of the Circuit Court of West 56 feet of Lets 5ad 6freene's .
: day cf May, 100S, for the ccs aaticnof a. County Comml1onr aol four years to zftke the race for fax: Volusa County, and rwpectfunr solicit 9ubdivu.oa 3 Block .
aH f>zocratie candidates for otf ce, m; mocr ol ti e County Board o* Public iaMroctlon -- CoUectcr.;] but bare deferred on acco-at your support at the Primary to be tlf"14 Block _.
,wbo wiu tx ;arg-d S3.S. Lot 10, O.-e&e a wb
state aid County, to b* rated for by U 1'to be dlKlocUr UOd.rtiM4 that no ,of personal friendship for the present I May 19th. A. D. KXh. Block 53; all off.:.- above
the Democratic elector at tie gtaeral i aaaoaacrax-nt muj be inserts .lthoot '. i umbf1lt. should vu again honor me with an
i Htuated
; electee to t. teld November 3rd, 190s; ]being v M for la JTincBare i My friends t.wm to think that eighteen election. I sbailtBdeavor to di5cfaarge property Vohuia* t-- .3 the City (
3 learaedfrom ta til* I. the toca. .! FlQZidg1eriedupc.oastbe.ruprI
: aad to t* appo&ted by the Democratic oolr > ?..-- elper I Jean service ;In one of the best t the dutir of the office aatufactorilv to j ,,-

; C'nrtr r..f tte State between the paying offices in the county should be r all ant as the law directs. F. M Smit; offendant. Oi
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da'scf hcid ? of the a.d pnxarre | !u;ciect for any one man and demand Yours very truly. I '
: 'ectic>o asd the tice cf the bokLrg the FOR SHERIFF. icj a change I have decided to enter the 5AUCEL D. JORDAS. I Tb$ :'Jtb day of f i ct "au.ryA.n_

i : --i.-y eeL ia .\. D., 1310.5ECOXD I take this meth<-J of aooouacicg that race at the next primary. : J R. TUExM5. ,

PRIMARYPrvxded 1srili be a candidate for the offi ce e fihei2 I have been a supporter of the democratic FOR JUSTICE OF TIlE PEACE SbHiB01.; latr' .

\_ That a s cocd prunary,, of Volofria Count' t the coming party Voluaa county for theipait I hereby announce myself a candidate FITZGERALD Attorneys for A t.:ATE3.A

1 mn' -eceaary osdcr ttc provisota ;prrr.aneg. I pro i5e f elected to perform -,I twenty years. My conftiWeltaknow 1 for citation to the office of Justice of the j Da.i.j'
';A iA d laws, ba3 be hdd oa Tuesday,, the duties of the See in anbOn1 t i ny attitude in politics and if ray Peace in and for the Eighth District *l --- -
ltith cf 1 and faithful manner I most resp ct- loyalty and service will) warrant your to the action ot
toe day Juse \- D. 190, to' VoluH* County subject Diasoiutioo .Notice.Notke oil
; <-no" ttttn 1le behest candidates : f u3v aik the suuix-rt uf the peopie. support for a promotion it will be very the Democratic Primaries. If elected, .
t E. L. )nTIJ. i* hereby, .1 that the1nen
; m L'-e ";;.: tia.1 not bare been ;i ioiade _ much appreciated. it will be my aim in the future, as in the enttioe -' -
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: by :jonty vot* m the first IOR SHERIFF. 1 aai familiar with the duties of thC; past to administer the duties of theo andrthur llili. .
: primary ciection and at Mich second I c&ce and feel safe in saying I can <* to the best of my ability- mder the.
To the Democratic i Voters ufj.'isi: *' name and style of J. BcUer t' t
: pruuonietMa; Wily cccb e-Iectcrs: asre County: you to your satifa tl'JD. I have m HENRY T. TlTt has been dissolved -. ritual _
1I Jified pledges nor fair pronu ca to mae, ----- ----- -- y
to OtC at the first -- --
't' I hereby announce m>st lf as a caadi-i I Arthur I. Miller astun. aH _
ria-ar* ':>ct"D shall be peraatttd to 1 date for \olusia !I further than I will agree, if elected, to FOR JUSTICE OF TIlE PEACE.I
sheriff subject
: of county, and all bills due the arm are
visit each for the ps
precinct once a for
" to the action of the Democratic 'I' hereby announce my .
1 bim.RTII' R L
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The of giving the citizens an r- 1Uua
LXriM/vrauc state/ Comoiittee. primary. If elected, I pledge myseif to.' purpose opp nomination to the office of Justice of J. C.
::--g sad pnz&cy tiecUon u ccmpli-I i : tunity to pay their tales. the Peace in and for the Eighth District Bl"TLE1l1
,lapartiafly eaforc the ias of the Heath Fla. Mirth
*si'U the' I If the democratic party ihi/ild: see the Daytona 17, 1Mt
; berety 1 county, and to conduct the affair* of :, VoJuaia County subject to .
!*r.3 .<1 ,nd-tic-na on which legal! fit to honor me with this promotion I of the Democratic Primary. May19th aFirsepub.
thiS lff ce to the very hst of my ability i iI action
-tb. tor* -8+tii% to LOne candidates,, earnestly the ur.yrt of all;: will endeavor< to show my gratitude. I If If favored with your support -
'>r ;. ;e at u f.h cltctioa stall be rc- voters at the request pnitary.J i I{:not I will be satisfied with the results it.I11h.shall be my endeavor to adoun-I ( Mardj 14} .1

j f 2aT'i' .! d t4 km &j proper membersif J LEE }fORRI :i and remain a democrat just the ean e.I. titer the duties of the office in an honest :N tke of Final Discharge,,
tr e L) n<_<.m.': party and tiertfore Thanking toy friends for part favor*_ and : manner. ,
upright i Notice
I brby gi Pl tiiit sir
ct.' dt'. participate aid be caadidAt ,- IQR 5HERIFr. I am. Yours to command W. U. PAUKEIl. Kadb
lfort Led vot at such HedUons.fQfALIHCATIOX5 ,., 1u tie Voters Volusu COU'1tvIr1 W. H. M. BRIDE. :.after date to-wit, on toe 14th dutI
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: September A. U. I9UH. the

1 I Vli" an&on'J2ciBz avbelf: for sfc-n5. I FOR TAX AaaE.*OR. .........................1 i I adminbtratwr of the L-tateof Mj,,.
: Ot CANUIMDATEs. : -i11gtsethepubbcmyviea5rn c+rtaui ::, To the People: of Volusia County : C&ri Uancy, late of \ uoaa!

matters whole: pertaaiinz to the good of the '': Some yeaN ago I wa.-. chosen f'unty : Legal Notices : Florida, deeeased .iu rii. nit btunti' .

TL'!, and only tL ptrsoni, staul' First county.' Assessor of Taxes forvlu?. County ei.iSl.I.I.1.I.R.asIsIsaIIs to the Honorable J. Lee 1k
-My officer
be bVcome .xf-er.ffce aa an ikj i 1 i The tar books at that time 'etr.J r. Crury. County Judge and
; ptn&ittfcd to : candidat I fort or to vote at or participate in tbe Marshal of Da tona for, as three as City 1, from perfect, a cc/nipanon of which I final discharge as admuostrator, 0 4'it
I ) years, en- with the tax books of I H. B. \
fL ar.eg'inent of aay primary election today justify esta- :\AHbOROCCBT
abes! one to be be more competent to [ First J.Iu March 14,
hW by the Democratic claim that I have made ito
party"a; Horida my great Adtr.iD
i dfal.ilh criminals and law breakers.
: who are white Democratic electors i :Second-I am to the provemiits in this work, which is now r Guardian's otke. "rbi March. 11th. IttK "
j$ who dtclar their adheranee to th* people: of Volj-ia for taxing the second to nOL in the State. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -
county removal 1 I (
: principles aid organizations of the: of the county seat, now being ., I respectfully announce my candidacy f guardian of Morris Stewart j .
: i ,Democrats; pAity-NafooaJ, state aad agitated. and placfcg the hardship for re-nomination to fo.d ofbce subject t Niver, a minor, will, on the Hth day of I Ij Handsome h Country Home For Safe Jl

I Cocaty-who are by the laws of the the west and north rrtf f the on to the Democratic Primary assuring; April, A. D., 190, apply to tbe Hoaor-
: stale Ltwful etectois of the district 1 ini to reach the scat. Bounty I vou that if honored with another tern i k able County Judge of.olus a County I .Sacrifice to Close Estate.ACo4oeialjoosewb Jf
i tich they offer county :, I will devote beet efforts to tis? Honda at his Alice in [Land
to \oteuho have Third-I i my Florida.,!
a2i opposed to the ileg.elsaie ; i : ball dra i
: 1 t,4.d; their poll taxes leza.'Iy due not of whiskey i,I faithful discharge of the duties (,I UKB : for an order to sell at a private sale. the ; |
record will !
a* mv show. :
leI s. tt.aa ten cL's f'Jresuch primary. I belies that "" follow-in dl .: real estate, belong- I'room, rec f>tion room :ci stain 5 lo n<
though hotels should b4I
I ; : I election is held, :d who aha, ubtn' allowed to serve wmes aj a beverage t') for your pa.-t k6ldLba.J con ideratlou mil to MiU minor, to wit; }III
I.I jchiUetged by any elector, pledge aI 1 their gl t3.Fourthl. I thank you very mtir-h and will]I The West ie, t.fi'e ,;5) feet of I j five! fine manh, large Cr* pUcevnm
I : writing oath before greatlv appreciate a lettiOQ at Block Twf { 0 Memento and Lot '
I t upon aa i& pe:<.tor,,, have lAved fur re you nty ]
Daj bed
in tuna rooms metal Tool not In
; : : shingle
hia hoLor to bide hands. S. B. WILSON.e 'Oi Block ,
by and support the! teen years and have treated other as J I i : __ Twenty ; One <11)) Daytona1Beach !
;: t result of such prizary a&d vote for the would have them treat me, and haitried : and Lot Three '3) Block T.ph'e. ]'rooms are furnished'mplete, _

r |I n'Jrm""f thereof. to live honest and upright. FOR TAX ..SSESWR.I <12. Kingston, and Lot Six 'fGI of Pos-l! j lawn, beautiful palm driveway hnl-

i j I OFFICES TO BL ULLEDI Fifth-I will not be affiliated with I !,date I hereby for the announce position of my"Tax>e>f as Asae a*sor candi-of. : tons subdivision of Block Fifteen .J.'I]bery and rare imported palms, artaa
II Ip. King-ton. all lying and being in the.
; ] I I Lads elector qua fi. to vote in ;.d any faction though I am a peruocrat ( Voiusia. County in the Democratic Pri1. ,- Countv of olu-ia and State of l1ir da. well, 400-barrel '[ pr : tUr'tior.sehaa have the right,| i and have always bn so, and if ect'-d: I manes to be heW on May r;th. I have IDA L. XIER ti.1n. Address II. B. L\RBOROt'GH. U
IT .ill: tio ,
utmost to the office
to 'ote for my ue j! been a consistent; democrat all life
| Or.e caiididat? for United Statw sen- : fairly, honest and ui/nght, and do all 1 1 I I !, and if honored by the democratic my voters Tau March llth, lW.It i minhtrator Day toca, F.orWa. tf.

: f I ator 'Jcaa,: for the good of tOe people: of the I of Volu.-.a C ouaty with the nomination .

; One candxUte for Go\emor, whole county, os what a to your inter. I pro..." to devote all my time to the .
f ne candidate for 5cr-tary of Su'>>, tot ia to min- Thanking you nil for I duties of the .,ffit't'. A. T PATTI LL( >. I H-tH HHH HHHH-H >.'

One candidate for Attorney General ( your vote and assistance, I VtJ: re. -- -- .
,, ---
I r main Your, to !rve, -'-'-
: One caadjiate for Comptroller, M. U. ZfBER.rOIi ; SUPERVISOR Or RENT RATION. '
One candidate for State Trtaaurtr, To Democratoters of Voiusia County
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One candidate for Superintendent of r : MEMBER liOARD OF :, I an a candidate for r--lectkD to th- i LEADINGI

IubLc Instruction, EDUCATION.I I office of supervisor of Reg;tration and
One candidate for C onimi!"io&er of I ask .
hereby announce ruys+lf a ':andidatefor I your support, pledging myself /
Agriculture, r*- !Itti.r M a mmb of the: j I the faithful arid impartial! ducbargf- I CANDIDATE .
: One candidate for Ua-lroad CoiunjiOne .; County board of Educationubjnt to I :, the duties of the otfke.Repectfollv .

tirJI.fr, the action of the Democratic Primary to Yours, -

I.andidate for State Cbml, be held May 19, 190, and if :-d will I i I J011 S. R. \\ ET11ERELL.&UPER1NTENDET i
One (-&lldida for state AttQrnf'Iljr endeavor the duU.t of -- --
todiafharge --- -
: Tth Judicial
Circuit ; ofikf to the bet of .
lilY ietiUsty.EO. .
Ont candidate OF PUBLIC l CSTRCCTION. .
Judge. Criminal I I
j Court& of Record of Volusia County, a ____
1 One To. Die 1'. 'J.Ie: of \olu! >ia County
t'f i '! candidate for County olicitor, ton COUNTY JUDGE. ; I
: Cnnunol Court <,f Kecord If"II'J a : I take that method of informing the I hereby re-pec: tfuHy announce toy UNITED
: : County, voters of Volusia County that I sun a i cand>daj.y for the office of County Suf -

; One c mdidat for Clerk of Criminal I; candidate for re-election U the office e : perint'ndent "f I'uUic Instruction, sub-

Court of Record ol Voliuia County, County Judge subject to the action of ject tthe al'r.r/.ll.&l.bir.g IlerrlOlCratil I

Tuocarididatedfor 3IeznKrs of the Democratic primary to be held l May 19 primary. STATES iWC3.
1 > Houae of If nominated and eLected I '
: 1 Repreaen tati es, 1903. should you again honor with aaeeiection promegive
One Candidate for County Jadxe, I shall! endeavor, a.e i in the : to my whole J titne Itr'J'fry lje t : '

One candidate for Stf tlift- efforts in the interest of th. schools of | ,j-
I one candidate for Clerk of the Cir- o.'Jkeatisfar ,' to all. ,this county, and with this aseurantI SENATOR

? :uit Court, J. LEE M. :ItUltY.ItEPItESENT.TLVE. reejtlv : for your support.Si&cereJv 1k

One (:.dil Lte (for County .\* **or of r I --- - -
: .\(, fOR O.'A. BOTTS. -II-
One ,. To Democratic I-- __ --- .
candidate for Tax Collector, Voters of olu.-ja Co.- -

One' Candidate for Sup isor of Ittnttion <.gOne 1. I hereby an nounce myself a candidate ,!. aUPERIXTEXDENT: OF PUBLIC IV DUNCAN
for RepresnUtive from VoluM.-i County, sTRUCTION. | U.FLETCJHER
Ciiididate for County 5'JJriLt.ut- subject to the Deniocratic Primaries,, To the Ptopk \oluala County, } ;-
ont of Public Instruction, .1 and ifI :.tcl it will be my endeavor to I, I hereby announce riiystf: as a can One candidate for County Surveyor, ; do the beat I an for the lI.ltrf'-b of all]ijdjtte for County superintendent of f
<>n.- corjdidate for County Treasurer. parts ',f Volusia County and UK- pr-opk Public Instruction. I have been a life-1 I I Stands for These Pri"ciPIa.

) Lath isU'h elector in the respective of the State Lcrolly. long Democrat and have helped to fight I, : CoiHrol of Interstate
o UZ4ty (I'.ImIb ivners' district IotJ1I .I I&Ve Resf>H.tuliv.E."T. the battles of Democracy sin't !>"'}. Commerce Carrier by laleraUle

) t I the right to vote for une candidate : CON HAD. LjeiKocracy owe? roe nothing for my Favor Comj.og.
; *r county eomm jlncr. I Iaytrria, Florida. loyalty to haI stand indebted to her : Income Tax.

uh uch elector in the respective for the liberty whuh I enjoy. I therefore Staid for Tarffl Revision ..d Bea fiu

.jnty cho'jl diitrkt' shall Lave the FOR RLPRE-sENTAflVE offer mvself at the coming Primary, Florida Farmer sad Frail Gnaw..to \

t to vote fnr one candidate for n Lake Helen l }-, Iarl.h 4th, '190() !1 May 19th, as jour servant. If I ami Da.y oo Ejjrptiaa CoUoa. .
of the board of public intruron. 1 o Democratic -rs of Volusia Co.-:11 nominated and elected, I promise \)give I Gover.Be.1

I I hereby announce in,self as a c&ndi-, my undivided attention in trying ro : I Inland Rivers Avpro.riatiom foy Harbor,.
Each such elector! in the rei-pecthe date for the Legislature, subject to th .- raise the standard of our schools to the opposed and Wat rw7a. \
j Alice's districts &LaIl ha\e the I highest possible state of to Trusts mud all I
right t decision of the legal voters (,f \olu-ia proficiency, and MoM ..
( viteforon; tandidate fur justice of County, lilt the coming I'rin.ary EJ'c- ,I1 will be fair, -treating all alike, witt,I Favor. Carreacy Refor.

c .e p.we and one candidate f'.tTn tH>n, on May l >lh, t !,le. 1WS.E, v. BOND. I OEO. r. ELF. (t44464tI4tAMa1AisilM4a,

lour lXJtgata' at Large to Nationalon --- -.


One Two County District Mem.k-gaUti hirsute: I hereby announce myself as a candidate -t: 101tl1'IINTE.: FLORIDA EAST
for nomination RAt
I 'JnfO Member National Ojmmitt, to the office of DENT OF SCHOOLS.To .
rnemb of II
the of
Ctu. Hepresentatives -I
r ie l'r bidIi tiaJ Electors the Voter of Volu-ia:
subject to the action of the DuuI LOCAL TIME CARD
: Each such elector! in their rif>ecti\et I (ocratic primary. I Il I stand for something If it were not 74. CORRECTED TO FEBRUARY 5.1!*

rcinfts ihall! have the right to vote I MACON THORXTUX '! for certain principles which I know 33 No. 29
r : r one ':uiidid.te for member of the would tlotible the cffnitncy of --ur Uail V Daily Daily STATIONS. "*- 78S0-7. 'j'to.99So.

.Urjty 1"lIJIJf'ra.tif E.'t''IJt\c CJmmit- - j schools, I would not be a candidate. .. ,'n I "I.m iw aruTe.__.. ... I Daily Daily IMiI,
jolt REPRESENTATIVE.: j 1 I do not depend on any political faction .J ill J'1I1 II 1pm cia 1I2IJ.m Ar.. .Ja.cgvjj15----L .. Ar 7.1 1'01 -,'. i iro.
1 .t' repettie County ClI.rldid.kl, "1 o D'rocritiroter: of Volusia' Co.- !"j but expect the people: to see merit I 1I'.J"m 111.18 g'IJ.m.L..WtPal&t&.Lt', IIU pIiI4'' 'J -I".

t i,!liLg members of the Jf'irlaturl', I Lave decided again to ask Jour gup-'!ti:ntheprin'ipalsforv.bidii stand, and .,. a. : 1'-'l'm Io JtID II..ID. ..... .lIoteIOrm D.t .... L\ ...Si.ipiu. a. JUS.JIJm ...

1 I* voted for at "aid' pantry election I p ort for the nun. nati'in .1 one of the : recognize in me a man able, willing and :-'Um: } 'I45na 11 17 aD1 LT.Lr L.-Orlllond......... .......... .._..Ly 322 JlD. 11I .S1.
Irton .
'tni ...
If feaid County are hereby a:l as RepreM.ntati\es to the Legislature.:. I i I worthy to put these principals m force. ;l ;A ..O11;- -i IT- PM JlIIl U"iu*r.11' ....... :e.Smyrna. ; ram pni. l_ U....
:: elected that office I beheve: the .'3S ftID ) .nPALATKA
was to in I 1S% and superintendent thouJd km ::1.o 2W Ly..TItusvlL'e..L,1 pi.s..
puj :
Candidate for J'J ntd to the best of I! spend li- time ,I ...-.... ....... I'm :....:::.. {: 1I.t Jim : i -
} : g. of Criuiin.il you my ability and j' among! the schools, aiding .. .. pm ,Lf.LT.......EIIIGa1Re. i2 .. u.
ourt. $.W.00. :!! if you see proper to return me I pledge I'I i and encouraging the tear: hers re- j !!-?."sin h 6j.JoIQI..... 4.0 241 p; ......_ ( : -..-..:Lv "Si S- _._.

C ldid&te.lor County .SJitttor Crimi, my honor to do all that I can for theo :\ the work and seeing that thorugh ,I : :sMKisi-I JIm Ly..FOftl'lerce..L\t Mw U u.ir3uT Iii:"
? 4
I I ? $ :
at Court, EtO.tiO.Candidate I Iltol'le and their interests I! work is done and good order maintained 73SalD J ..r..Ro7tJI'OlncJaJla..Lt' 740 .1.1 :. ,_ airn: ,IA,
for Cleik of Criminal : I). F. MORRI.-O.V in our f.. : 10" .. 'foW 8r JI" 7L5 piu .._._... & .._... 730am !. i' ,:1-
,,utt, moo.Candidate --- : lit, you think our schools can I loe iflJprlJ'eJ" I I1\11J.m :... p's... '1(iio JO.m pm ............) & .. .......L.I.' 7.t. .D. .'D'll..
411O.t. "
......... 1 a
ti5i& .
for ... ]( ....
Mr-iiitx House of H & ......
< lOR I 550am 'Soli,
Ar. ...
: : -'Mata'es. SIS 00. ,, lJcmJ'ra1ic"Itu of Voluau Co.-- i i' \\herecan the superiatendent do the 4e Jlta :........ ....,Ar..KoICl1t..lIolDefI. i .y aoJ.Ikxk..LD.lly .. ......"V-IUG.. .. ", tJl"
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< andi'Jate for County Judge $10.00.( I I I : most g/Jfld'' At his office nef' \ 'W
: ,, During the lost three sessions '.f the : or among the -.: t Sund.,
I ] Candidate of bherilf, 17.>.Ou. : schools* -
Fri a Ix-giilaturc, I lave been an at- I Ir j Leave' PALATKABRANCH
Candidate for Clerk '.f Circuit Court, ,, lathe of the Senate, and have Hurt !I Should the >U|'ermt.-ndent know what I i I ::; ,i' EAST PAUTKA ''ArrIve _,
..( j'i 'is being dune in our &-bools* PItk&1 1.e&ve
( ., gathered, by close ttudy and 'JI.r.en'a- How can i I _TO PALATKA TO lAC
'andxlat for As.-e.seor hf 1 axes, MM tion. a certain knowledge of the uffair :'I.e kDlWithvut spending( his time 'iQ am-,' -... ip.. Piatk& PALATKA :
I : Candidate for lax Collector, $100. of the State, as will valuable experi-1: !among th* schools and reviewing the I I!1 1'Uam ......-Q baIlT...... &40 &m : i& .IEAST
.0. .
4It I.m .
candidate: : ..... '
for Suixjrvisf.r of work dore'Are J'.01 ) 44 J. '
; ReEitr.t cm t of the inoiJc and of & II
manner Legis .-. J I1. T... 9tSti JU.01 : ... .0. I'.. 5JOti
II, : the -.m
I Jation. I thf-rtfore let I am qualified to abut principle worthy of lID ..-.". ".52D.1J1..12 1iQto I..N.,. M loa 1'"
Candidate for AupennteudHit of I'ut-'. represent the people of olusia County i i ;your support If they are, speak up .v I'm ...... o. M Dally...... 43& Pill pm .I.. ml' :::::: l.-. : 1:& -- :: ,1:1'-
L Instruction DAIly. "pi
c 3-jO.OQ. an-1. work for I ; I
I: : "
: I 110 Ii
Candidate as a member of the Houoe of Rq>rtM.n. 'Itath'es me need your help. m : .8 D.Sh..::: : 10 Pm 1140 pml .... o. ,. h. 1\t4.Ie
: : \ for County Surveyor, and resjx-ctfully announce my'I Yours in earnest, m 10-40 II ... .0.9: {'" JlI.IU .
Candidate _
for County Treasurer '
: IIJ candidacy fur thin office, subject to j C. E. QRTH. Leave SANMATLoRANCH
i your action at thf coming Primary. I EAST PALATKA fA.I5. .
r : : Candidate., tt County Comrhinioner, '. have been a citizen of florida tv.entyI:'SUPERINTENDENT or PUBLIC i.v : kkat TO SA MATLO 110 Laay SAN MATEO TO A

: fi\e years. I know the ntf-ds I j sTRVCTION. 4 4 am $...... M0 EAST PALATKA
I Candidate \l.-iii>.er County Sthool of the I shall i I 135 ........ ,, Daily........
people. Always end>> j \t the o. 63
: a\or
: I .Jard, $.;..00Candidate I Ul'no.t solicitation of citlllflS'from DaLy...... ... ii. .
I for : to do the greatest good for the greatest I almoit every -section of : am .........No. 4 I.,
Justice the
of the Peace .
J ( number. If you should honor me witha I announce myself county NOIQI. _
I 1.00 as ;a candidate for
1 Candidate for nomination and election. I assure you nuMnntende&t of Public __Only__
Con&taMr Instruction
l.W. hail
i for ,
i .
( ; my earnest endeavor to proe \olusia 7 ass.
County BAI4CH
I XOTJCE OF CVXDIDACY. ,. subject to the action of tm iO13t tt- bai M
( : i myseLf worthy of th* tru't and your the Democratic StOp.5 OQtm -
confitJH.,.. Primary. I have beta 1O5Oa >e-
Each I 245 840a.m Ar' ,
person desiring to have his prx Ii&t tios:
) ) tether in the public ( 54t LT..FIO r5 ,
school pm a4 ..Lvts.'i. 1Ipm ,
, \our for Lv I
printed verY
oa the truly
primary '> twenty-six Atianj
l i..nallota .
I .
years the Lv ,, 4
I past sixteen .. : Iii 'ii
, o-t a candidate for any county '! OTTO :. KmCW'II Florida If I should in *
, I and members of the legislature. ?Lt'Jn pflnc!. } the people for this the choice of t' __ iy OTaflXSCltyBrascb No.2
( Me; with the churnian of this --- -- ---- pleasure to position, it shall be'my i BC5 __

I : ) >mmitt x, on or lxfore the 30th day lOft CofNTTKEAJUKER.: .iticeto the best execute of the duties of the : _

I j .\pril, A. l I' 109S, notice of his candi I take this method to inform the voters working for thi my ability alwas 1 : tb,.

.-y and application to bare his nam. .;: of Volu aCounty that IjJ be a schools and for the improvement best of the
4 printe'l), accompanied a sum of I candidate for r lettion U* the office of cau-{ of education.: interest of the ,:.: &det SI1.a.mi,
fix.xl County Treasurer with$taaakJp. .
by the County Committee subject to the action of (-in.paal.atiiL54
i l ; I Ii exceeding five percent of the annual I I I''of the Democratic Primary to be held -- ---- J. 1.. CII.F} Elf-.

of the office. I May 19th. 190] *. Promising if elected,, .tOK.CU.KK CRIMIXAL d.pai-t

e CANVAS.-J OF Ia' nXS. ,! to preform the duties of the office in the If the voters in the CoURT. BST.5 atsuon,; bat flsir \
I j arrisal
future in the coming or d.pst t ii Pr
The LVrtuocratic j as post, to the best of my should desire primary d.iIJ.D.
I ) County Executive ability and will me to continue
[ be grateful to those who, as Clerk of my duties
of ibis the
I at 2 ll will favor nit with their %otes.J. CoUrt I will
4 Jock p u., May Z2nd, 1W5, inteL at J. VLN/AXT Srattfully accept their "ishes.! I RAHNER.

,,1 j GEO. W. BRISTOL I ;; % FLO

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